Last Updated on October 30, 2023
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just weeks away, so I’m sharing everything you need to know about what Warehouse is planning for 2023. Warehouse goes big on sales at the best of times. Right now, there’s 30% off everything. You can expect similarly generous discounts during Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend, especially when we look at the offers we’ve seen in previous years.
As you may or may not know, the brand changed hands during the pandemic and is now owned by the Boohoo group, which also owns Oasis, Coast and Nasty Gal, to name just a few. Warehouse always took part in Black Friday before Boohoo took over, but we all know that Boohoo goes all out when it comes to the shopping holiday.
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What is Black Friday?
Black Friday is an annual shopping event, which takes place on the last Friday in November every year. It sees most brands across nearly every industry offering huge discounts ahead of Christmas, including tech, beauty, fashion and homeware. It’s followed by Cyber Monday, which is when all the discounts are offered exclusively online.
When is Black Friday and Cyber Monday?
Black Friday takes place on the last Friday in November, which is 24th in 2023. Cyber Monday then takes place the following Monday, which will be November 27th this year.
How big are the discounts at Warehouse during Black Friday?
Last year, Warehouse offered 30% off of everything and up to 60% or more off on selected items. You could also get 40% off when you download the Warehouse App. We’re expecting similar discounts in 2023.
Does Warehouse take part in Cyber Monday?
We’re anticipating the sale to continue throughout Cyber Weekend – including Monday. Cyber Monday happens the week after Black Friday, but these days many brands continue their sales throughout the weekend and into the following week.
Wear Next opinion
As consumers are becoming savvier to the impact of overconsumption on our environment and the individuals working to produce garments, many brands have decided to boycott Black Friday over the past few years. This included brands Monki, Next, and Rixo, all of which opted out of Black Friday in 2022.
While we don’t condone overspending, we do want fashion to be accessible to those impacted by inflation as well as those who struggle to shop sustainably due to size constraints.
We love fashion and the freedom of self-expression it brings and understand you’re going to want to shop the sales. We encourage you to be mindful of your spending and avoid buying items you’re probably going to discard of in a year’s time.
Shop smarter, not harder this Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Ensure you’re not overspending by setting yourself a budget beforehand and creating a wish list of items you actually need rather than want – including Christmas gifts for others – if you are going to spend.